Tastings.com Home Tastings.com Home Tastings.com Home

enter keywords

Subscribe to the FREE eTastings Newsletter

Wine Search

Search Results

Click on any name below for more info including weblinks, email addresses, and info on retailers who carry many of these products.

Please note: We review wine, beer, and spirits. We don’t sell it. Prices may vary significantly due to shipping fees and state taxes, and some items may be hard to find.

Recent Reviews - We haven’t seen any wine matching your search criteria in the last year. If you are the producer or marketer of this kind of wine, please consider sending in the current vintage for review. How to Submit Samples
Older Reviews - The following reviews were conducted 12 to 0.000000 months ago. Some wines may be hard to find or may no longer be available. Below are 1 through 6 of the 6 older reviews found.
90 • Altamura 2005 Sangiovese, Napa Valley $45.
Ruby black color. Nutty nougat, mocha, and dried cherry aromas follow through on a soft, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with tart spicy berry compote, sundried tomato and herb notes. Finishes with a chocolate covered dried cherry and cedar accented fade with chewy tannins. An elegant, age-worthy sangiovese to enjoy with veal chops. (tasted on Jan-27-2009)
90 • Five Star Cellars 2006 Sangiovese, Walla Walla Valley $28.
Maple syrup on buckwheat pancake with raspberry aromas follow through on a soft, silky entry to a dryish medium body with pencil shaving and dried citrus note. Finishes with a chocolate covered orange peel and peppery spice fade. A polished table wine that will excel with tomato based dishes. (tasted on Jan-27-2009)
89 • Cougar Creek 2007 Sangiovese, Columbia Valley $16. Best Buy.
Ruby black color. Bright crushed berry on the vine and cherry cola aromas follow through on soft, supple entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium body with bright tangy fruit and a crisp tangerine, cocoa, cedar and spice accented fade. A very lively and stimulating red to serve with spicy pasta and meat dishes. (tasted on Jan-27-2009)
88 • Desert Wind 2007 Sacagawea Vineyard, Sangiovese, Wahluke Slope, Columbia Valley $18.
Deep ruby color. Chocolate, orange blossom water, and pickle relish aromas follow through on a brisk, silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity light-top-medium body with tangy cherry, craisin, and pencil shaving note. Finishes with a bright, citrus and berry skin fade with creamy cocoa and mild tannins in support. (tasted on Jan-27-2009)
87 • Yellow Hawk 2005 Sangiovese, Walla Walla Valley $18.
Dark ruby color. Earthy, slightly phenolic aromas of scorched berries on the bush, red clay, and canned stewed tomatoes follow through on a bright, brisk entry to a tart medium body with unsweetened bakers chocolate and cedar spice box notes. Finishes with a cherry cola, tomato skin, and mud accented fade. A curiously rustic, slightly fading style to serve with venison and boar. (tasted on Jan-27-2009)
86 • Pedroncelli 2005 Alto Vineyards, Sangiovese, Dry Creek Valley $14. Best Buy.
Ruby color. Cherry cola and herb aromas follow through on a bright soft entry to a dryish medium body with mint, menthol tobacco and spice notes. Finishes with a crisp tangy pomegranate, cherry, and bourbon barrel accented fade. (tasted on Jan-27-2009)
-568 ms